Weidmann encourages UK to stay in EU

Central Banking | 24 Jul 2014

Deutsche Bundesbank president says the UK and continental Europe are 'more than the sum of their parts' and have both benefited from the European Union

Topics: Deutsche Bundesbank, Jens Weidmann, United Kingdom, European Union (EU)

Jens Weidmann

IMF paper attempts to pin down output gap

Central Banking | 21 Jul 2014

Topics: IMF, Output gap, United States

ECB paper finds rich to be richer than previously thought

Central Banking | 17 Jul 2014

Topics: ECB

IMF economist analyses effect of floods and storms on Caribbean debt-to-GDP

Central Banking | 17 Jul 2014

Topics: IMF, Caribbean, Eastern

Review finds Belgian CPI still ‘diverges’ from HICP

Central Banking | 14 Jul 2014

Topics: Belgium, National Bank of Belgium, Inflation

Australians might be better off renting, paper finds

Central Banking | 14 Jul 2014

Topics: House prices, Australia, Reserve Bank of Australia

Spanish economists devise system for detecting risks to budget forecasts

Central Banking | 11 Jul 2014

Topics: Bank of Spain, Forecasting

Forecasting of ECB and New York Fed became ‘noticeably worse’ during crisis

Central Banking | 11 Jul 2014

Topics: European Central Bank, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Forecasting

European researchers examine impact of capital inflows on long-term interest rates

Central Banking | 08 Jul 2014

Topics: Portugal, Interest rates

Price competitiveness strong in the US but weak in China, Bundesbank paper finds

Central Banking | 04 Jul 2014

Topics: Bundesbank, Deutsche Bundesbank, United States, China, Exchange rate

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